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==January 22, 2002 - Marie Sutherland==
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I agree that an additional indication of approval would be beneficial. It would also serve as a reminder to explorers that if they ever find a book without the approval stamp to notify the DRC and not use the book themselves.
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Marie
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==January 22, 2002 - Dr. Watson==
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Sounds good to me. Let’s get together and standardize on placement of the stamp so explorers can easily determine a Book’s approval status.
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Dr. W.
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==January 16, 2003 - Dr. Kodama==
 
==January 16, 2003 - Dr. Kodama==
 
It’s begun, whether we like it or not.
 
It’s begun, whether we like it or not.
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==January 22, 2003 - Marie Sutherland==
 
I agree that an additional indication of approval would be beneficial. It would also serve as a reminder to explorers that if they ever find a book without the approval stamp to notify the DRC and not use the book themselves.
 
 
Marie
 
 
==January 22, 2003 - Dr. Watson==
 
Sounds good to me. Let’s get together and standardize on placement of the stamp so explorers can easily determine a Book’s approval status.
 
 
Dr. W.
 

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